Bible Reading Plan

In 2016, we will be reading through the Bible together using the One Story plan. Learn more about the One Story plan here.

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Daily Devotionals

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Service Times


Sunday School:  9:00 a.m.

Sunday Worship Service:  10:30 a.m.

Wednesday Night Ministry:  7:00 p.m. (various ministry for Children, Youth, Adults)

Thursday:  7:00 p.m. Corporate Prayer Meeting


We are located at: 2201 Monroe Street Toledo, OH 43604 -Just south of the Toledo Museum of Art on the corner of Monroe & Collingwood Near the Collingwood exit of Southbound I-75

Upcoming Events

Sun 24

Sunday School

July 24 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Sun 24

Worship Service

July 24 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Tue 26

Men’s Prayer Group

July 26 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Wed 27

Men’s Prayer Group

July 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wed 27

Youth Group

July 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Wed 27

Children’s Ministries

July 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Wed 27


July 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

About Us

First Alliance Church has ministered to Toledo residents for over 120 years. Find out more about our rich history.
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A.B. Simpson Daily Devotional

July 24, 2016, 1:00 pm

In our earlier experiences we know the Holy Spirit only at a distance, in things that happen in a providential direction or in the Word alone. But after a while we receive Him as an inward Guest, and He dwells in our hearts. He speaks to us in the innermost chambers of our being. The external working of His power does not cease; rather, it increases and seems even more glorious. The Power that dwells within us works outside us, answering prayer, healing sickness, overruling providences, doing exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us (Ephesians 3:20). There is a double presence of the Lord for the consecrated believer. He is present in the heart and is mightily present in the events of life. He is the Christ in us and the Christ of all our days, with all power in heaven and earth. The Holy Spirit is our wonder-worker, our all-sufficient God and Guardian. And He is waiting in these days to work as mightily in the affairs of men as in the days of Moses, of Daniel and of Paul. That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us -Romans 8:4

A.W. Tozer Daily Devotional

July 24, 2016, 1:00 pm

We are not called to fellowship with nonexistence. We are called to things that exist in truth, to positive things, and it is as we become occupied with these that health comes to the soul. Spiritual life cannot feed on negatives. The man who is constantly reciting the evils of his unconverted days is looking in the wrong direction. He is like a man trying to run a race while looking back over his shoulder. What the Christian used to be is altogether the least important thing about him. What he is yet to be is all that should concern him. He may occasionally, as Paul sometimes did, remember to his own shame the life he once lived; but that should be only a quick glance; it is never to be a fixed gaze. Our long permanent look is on God and the glory that shall be revealed. What we are saved from and what we are saved to bear the same relation to each other as a serious illness and recovered health. The physician should stand between these two opposites to save from one and restore to the other. Once the great sickness is cured the memory of it should be thrust out onto the margin of the mind to grow fainter and weaker as it retreats farther away; and the fortunate man whose health has been restored should go on to use his new strength to accomplish something useful for mankind. Yet many persons permit their sick bodies to condition their mental stuff so that after the body has gotten well they still retain the old feeling of chronic invalidism they had before. They are recovered, true enough, but not to anything. We have but to imagine a group of such persons testifying every Sunday about their late illnesses and singing plaintive songs about them and we have a pretty fair picture of many gatherings among Christians today.

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